Ghana Health Service says all seven District in the Savannah region has now recorded cases of Yellow fever diseases.
At least three more people have succumbed to yellow fever in the Savannah region as of today 25th November 2021, the Ghana health services has said.
This brings the death toll to 32, since the outbreak of the disease in the region last month.
Ghana health service says all seven District in the Savannah region has now recorded cases of yellow fever disease.
Addressing the media in Damango on Thursday, (25th November) the Savannah region Director of Ghana health services Dr. Chrysantus Kubio, said " I must say that for now each of the seven Districts has reported cases.
" We have a total of 184 suspected cases and the death toll is thirty-two (32) , West Gonja District 13, North Gonja 8, central Gonja 3, North East(1) and East Gonja municipal 1" the response is not the same, we are looking at the communities that have reported cases and vaccinated successful people against the disease, we are checking on their status and vaccinating all the people who have not been vaccinated...... He revealed to the media.
Ghana Health Services said more than 500,00 people in the affected Districts have now been vaccinated against the deadly disease.
It has since been requested for 50,000 more doses to help in the vaccinated drives.
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